the M J Forster gallery will be exhibiting at the Buy Art Fair in Manchester from the 27th of October http://www.buyartfair.co.uk/
The gallery will be showcasing two other artists. Screen printer libby Lloyd and Digital printer Gerry Buxton. For more information on both these artist scroll down.
Libby was born in Banbury UK in 1971, and studied Fine Art Printmaking at Winchester School of Art graduating in 1994 mentored by artist David Ferry. In 2000 she embarked on a bursary awarded PhD at the University of the West of England. Her PhD research enabled her to understand how to make colour planes visible and environmental.
In 2004 Libby began consulting with the internationally acclaimed architects Fielden Clegg Bradley Studios, directing innovative Colour Design Schemes for new builds and larger environmental colour spaces.
Projects include The Hive Worcester (National RIBA Award 2013), NICU Centre RUH Bath, Pegasus Youth Theatre Oxford and Derby Quad Arts Centre.
Libby is currently a professional Studio member at Spike Print Studios in Bristol and is part of the Tutor Group and Print Program at SPS. She has lectured at Bath Spa University and has a substantial exhibition record.
She was one of a select group of British Artists to exhibit at the first Biennale of Book Arts at Galway International Arts Festival in 2016 and awarded the purchase prize.
She has recently exhibited in a select group exhibition of Bristol based Printmakers – trace – at the Bankside Gallery @banksidegallery London in April this year. Exhibited in IMPRESSIONS National Open Print Exhibition 2017 curated by Jason Hicklin and recently a shortlisted NOA artist 2017.
Further exhibition catalogue in my website www.libbylloydartist.com
Libby Lloyd – Artist Outline of work
Lloyd’s Colour Field work infuses Op, Pop, Science and Abstraction to form a unique visual aesthetic. Colour theory has clearly guided, influenced and inspired the work from the beginning. She is particularly interested in the relationship and concerns with the use of colour by painters and physicists.
She fuses analog and digital technologies with human intervention to create a context within the universal role of print and representation.
The repetitive patterns reveal beautiful amalgamations and an intentional hypnotic colour harmony. The circle form symbolizes unity without beginning or end, expressing infinity and power.
Lloyd’s images are multi-layered coloured screenprints on paper and canvas of varying scales. Ultimately these abstract planes of colour are intended to resonate on an emotive and cultural level.
Lloyd’s key Artist’s of inspiration and influences are George Seurat, Eugene Delacroix, Joseph Albers, Johannes Itten, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Sol LeWitt, Bridget Riley, Chuck Close, and Robert Rauschenberg.
Gerry Buxton….coming shortly.